Moab Valley RV & Campark
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Perfectcly OK cottages & excellent pool with hot tub section
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We left the campground around 9 am this morning to tour The Arches National Park.
After climbing up the mountain from the Moab Valley, we felt like we were in a different world. The rock formations are amazing and hard to describe because there are so many shapes and colors. They are called "hoodoos", which are odd shaped pillars of rock …
Since we weren't able to see the whole park last night we got up early and got on the road just before 7 am. It was cool out and damp since it had rained all night. The first thing we did was take the East Portal Road through the canyon to the river near the dam. The road has a 16% grade and is very curvy with a lot of hairpin turns down the side …
We got up a little early Saturday to get in some hiking around Arches National Park before the day got too hot. We got some good advice about where to hike from a ranger at the information center (including the fact that it would get really hot by eleven o'clock) and off we went to hike Devils Garden Trail. The hike was listed as a "strenuous" hike …
First, I have to start with last night. I walked outside really late, and I cannot believe how many stars I could see. The sky was black and there were a bazillion stars out. I've been told that if you can get away from the city lights (from this huge metropolis of Moab), you can see the Milky Way plain as day. If I'm awake late …
We didn't leave Salt Lake City as early as I really wanted to. We ended up staying up late washing clothes and using internet so I hit snooze a few times more than I should. They also had continental breakfast downstairs... eggs, sausage, french toast, cheese omelets, muffins, and all the other stuff.... so we had to go eat. When we …